NPP calls for the arrest of John Dramani Mahama for this comment


The National Patriotic Party says that former President John Dramani Mahama made a treasonous remark at a party event, and he would likely be jailed as a result.

The NPP requested that Mr. Mahama be detained after the Criminal Investigations Directorate (CID) found his “do or die” remark to be extremely disrespectful.

Henry Nana Boakye, the National Organiser of the NPP, sent the petition and stated that these actions violate Sections 180 and 207 of the Criminal Offenses Act, 1960 (ACT 29), respectively. These offenses must be prosecuted in accordance with Section 1 of the Criminal and Other Offenses (Procedure) Act, 1960. (ACT 30).

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Major parts of the petition read:

“Former President John Dramani Mahama, without regard to his stature as a statesman, proudly touted across various platforms, the revolutionary root of the NDC and their unparalleled capacity when it comes to unleashing violence for political gain. Further to this, are his comments to the effect that the NDC’s approach to the elections of 2024 shall be one of “do or die” and “boot-for-boot”. Invariably, this speaks to their unwavering resolve to use fair or foul means to procure electoral advantage regardless of the consequences.”

“When he was asked during a media interview what he meant by ‘boot-for-boot’ and ‘do or die”, and whether with the benefit of hindsight, he would want to retract those incendiary comments, John Dramani Mahama insisted that he meant what he said and that he was never going to retract.”

Meanwhile, the NDC has also insisted that until President Akufo-Addo was also arrested for his ‘all die be die’ comment, Mr. Mahama must be left alone.

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